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Top Choice Volcano in Kerinci Seblat National Park

Gunung Kerinci

Dominating the northern end of Kerinci Seblat National Park is Gunung Kerinci (3805m), Southeast Asia’s tallest volcano and one of Sumatra’s most active. On clear days the summit offers fantastic views of Danau Gunu…
Lake in Kerinci Seblat National Park

Danau Gunung Tujuh

At 1996m, the beautiful caldera of Danau Gunung Tujuh is the highest in Southeast Asia and makes for a pleasant day ascent or part of a multiday trek. It takes 3½ hours to climb to the lake from the park entrance, w…
Lake in Kerinci Seblat National Park

Danau Kerinci

Danau Kerinci, 20km south of Sungai Penuh, is a sizeable lake nestled between Gunung Raya (2535m) and rice paddies. Stone carvings around the lake suggest that the area supported a large population in megalithic tim…
Waterfall in Kerinci Seblat National Park

Air Terjun Telun Berasap

Impressive waterfalls dot the whole Kerinci Valley. The easiest to find are the Air Terjun Telun Berasap in the ‘Letter W’ village 4km north of Pelompek. Look for the ‘Air Terjun Telun Berasap’ sign then walk 300m t…
Volcano in Kerinci Seblat National Park

Gunung Kunyit

Visited by a fraction of hikers who take on its more famous neighbour Gunung Kerinci, this active volcano, at the southern end of the Kerinci Valley, presents a wonderful challenge. It’s a six-hour hike to the summi…
Lake in Kerinci Seblat National Park

Danau Kaco

A two- to three-hour ramble through the jungle along a largely flat (and muddy) path, Danau Kaco will stop you dead in your tracks because you just won’t believe the sight of this small, sapphire-coloured swimming h…
Cave in Kerinci Seblat National Park

Goa Kasah

Considered to be the largest cave system in the Kerinci Valley, and not yet fully explored, Goa Kasah makes for a good day trek (around 2½ hours one way) from the village of Sungai Sampun. The hike isn’t very strenu…
Hot Springs in Kerinci Seblat National Park

Grao Sakti

Deep within Kerinci Seblat National Park, Grao Sakti are Kerinci's best hot springs. They're located a two-hour walk south of the remote village of Renah Kemumu – all up a two-day hike from Lempur Tengah.
Hot Springs in Kerinci Seblat National Park

Air Panas Situs 2

These hot springs overlook rice paddies and surrounding jungle, a more natural setting than the nearby Air Panas hot springs. The location is near the village of Semurup (11km north of Sungai Penuh).
Hot Springs in Kerinci Seblat National Park

Air Panas

The semi-grotty Air Panas hot springs near the village of Semurup (11km north of Sungai Penuh) are hugely popular with locals.